TITLE

Letter from Vietnam

AUTHOR(S)
Chaplen, Robert
PUB. DATE
June 1972
SOURCE
New Yorker;6/24/1972, Vol. 48 Issue 18, p70
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article comments on the resumption of full-scale war in Vietnam. The most disturbing thing about the war was a cold, impersonal quality in the fighting. It was also imparted by new scientific weapons of awesome destructiveness. North Vietnamese and their Vietcong allies are now privately acknowledging severe setbacks.
ACCESSION #
19385817

 

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